Game of Thrones Mask and Wall Mount - House Lannister Lion by WintercroftCarlton Books and HBO present the GAME OF THRONES - THE OFFICIAL 3D MASK & WALL MOUNT BOOKS. Each book contains everything you need to make your own 3D paper inspired by the great houses of Westeros in Game of Thrones. House Lannister Lion House Targaryen Dragon House Stark Direwolf White Walker Each mask is a stylish, 3D, geometric representation of the iconic symbols from the hugely popular television series. Once assembled, fully covers the face and head. These impressive masks can be worn, used as an excellent addition to your fancy dress, or can be displayed on the wall as a cool, sculptural work of art. Each book contains key information about the figure or character, including house words and historical reference. Full instructions are included on how to assemble your Lion, Dragon, Direwolf or fearsome White Walker.
Rule your own house in new 'Game of Thrones: Conquest' app
We rationalized this time spent on the couch as time well-spent by telling ourselves that we would get sooooo much more out of the final season if we refreshed our memories on as many details from seasons past as we could. Watching all of those episodes again was definitely worth it and when the final season premiered last week, I was beyond excited and so ready for it. Which brings me to…. One of the best parts about re-watching the entire series in such a compressed amount of time was getting to see the development of the characters. Perhaps nobody has changed as much over the course of the seasons as Daenerys Targaryen. At first a timid, teenage bride, sold to a brutal Dothraki warlord who lived in a foreign land and spoke a foreign language, she has evolved into a warrior queen who enlists her dragon-children to burn her enemies alive.
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The Founders of Great Houses (Game of Thrones)
Television has always been social, but the rise in social media platforms allows cable and television networks to engage audiences before, during and after episodes air. Created with the help of Definition 6, the site lets you easily create and share your own house name, saying and emblem. You can choose from a large selection of icons, colors, patterns, frames and backgrounds to fully personalize your family coat of arms. The site is mobile-optimized and will also resize your design in the correct specs for a Facebook cover photo, profile pic, Twitter image, Pinterest, Instagram and other formats. Calouri explained that HBO spent a lot of time debating what icons to include and making sure that the site gave users enough options. According to HBO, over , sigils have been created so far, and the site has gotten visitors from nearly countries.
If you find yourself wishing you were a character in Game of Thrones , A, you're insane, B, there's an app for that. Game of Thrones: Conquest is an upcoming mobile game coming to iOS and Android later this year, allowing fans of the series to control their own family house in Westeros and attempt to take the Iron Throne. Of course, this is Game of Thrones we're talking about, so you're not going to be handing out flyers to smallfolk in the hopes of earning their vote. There will be battles, there will be political allegiances, there will be deception, and there will be deaths. Game of Thrones: Conquest features a handful of popular characters from the books and show including Tyrion Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, and Jon Snow. It would be a shame if any one of them got in your way. The game doesn't have an official release date yet aside from "later this year" , but anyone who is interested can pre-register for the game on the website, which gets them exclusive Night's Watch training gear, gold, and other helpful resources.
Today in Game of Thrones news: HBO thinks you can do as fine a job designing a house insignia as its production team can. Maybe even better. Whether these sigils end up becoming tattoos is optional on a case-by-case basis. The site was made to be internationally compatible, with two dozen languages available for far-flung fans to declare themselves. Next, pick your background, which can be any number of geometric permutations. Finally, select a representative icon which comes in animals like bear and fish-monster, or other categories which include more contemporary clip-art like dollar signs and movie clapboards. Crazy-busy folks may not have time for all these choices, though, in which case they may want to use the Do-It-For-Me option, which pulls info directly from your Facebook preferences to create a design.